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Denmark: Covers: 1875-1895 Perforation 14 (14 x 13.5) Bicolors  
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25/25c x4 (Fine), 30 (damaged) on ca.1875 4 øre Ultramarine postal stationery envelope. 16 øre Print 2 (damaged) and 4x 3 øre Print 2. The third 3 øre stamp is POSITION 18, INVERTED FRAME. Registered mail to Germany; upon arrival in German postal system, German registration label affixed -- this is the first time I can recall having an example of this happening on Danish-German registered mail. Cover with some wear and appears to have been professionally cleaned, but attractive and with a very scarce stamp (Facit 2007 value SEK 5000 = $700; AFA 2002 Specialized value DKK 3800 = $660 just for this inverted frame single used stamp). Identification confirmed by Lasse Nielsen and with his mark. Extremely scarce usage.
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425.00

223423
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25, 38 [3 øre Perf 14 Bicolor; 5 øre Perf 14 Arms] on 23 February 1895 cover from "KJØBENHAVN N" to Stubbkjøbing. Envelope with tear and spots, but still an unusual and colorful stamp combination.
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18.00

231962
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26 Print 10 position B75 and #28 Print 10 (Fine) on ca.1877 4 øre Ultramarine small-format postal card, as a parcel card from HORSENS with numeral cancellations #30, to København. Some minor toning on stamps. Stamp printings confirmed by Lasse Nielsen. These early stamp printings are scarcer issues on cover; nice usages of the Ultramarine 4 øre card are scarce.
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80.00

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26c 4 øre Print 4 and #28a 8 øre Print 3 (F-VF, Fine) on 27 November 1875 folded cover (no contents) from KJØBENHAVN to Sölvesborg, Sweden. Previous owner noted that this date is/was the earliest known use for the 4 øre Print 4. Stamp printings confirmed by Lasse Nielsen. Attractive usage of early printings; remarkably fresh and nice.
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125.00

233878
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26 [4 øre Bicolor Perf 14] (F-VF) FIVE-STRIP from positions B41-45 from Printings 40, 41, 42, or 44. 9 November 1887 cover from FAABORG with Lapidar-style cancels, to Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, U.S., with backstamps. While five examples on cover is not very scarce, it is quite unusual to find an intact 5-strip!
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75.00

223419
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26 pair [4 øre Perf 14 Bicolor] (Fine) on neat and attractive cover used from "KJØBENHAVN KB" to BORUP (with sans-serif [lapidar] receiver). Remarkably rough perforation variety; seldom seen on cover.
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28.00

223855
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27, Facit #30b, AFA #24. Print 3 (1880) [5 øre Bicolor] F-VF centered solo usage on wonderful 7 January 1882 printed matter cover from København to Sweden, with Swedish railway cancellation applied in transit (as fairly often seen on this particular denomination). Remarkably fresh and attractive. Quite scarce in such nice quality. Accompanied by Lasse Nielsen certificate.
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675.00

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28a Gray and Dark Carmine, early printing [1875 8 øre Bicolor Perf 14 x 13.5] (Fine, some perf wear at edge of envelope) on ca.1875 small envelope from ASSENS with #7 3-ring numeral cancel.
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10.00

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28, 29, 31 [8, 12, and 20 øre Perf 14 Bicolors] on ca.1880 parcel letter (envelope accompanying a parcel post package) from HOLBÆK. 12 øre stamp seriously damaged, but otherwise sound and attractive though colors a little aged. Attractive and quite interesting.
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45.00

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31b [1875 20 øre Bicolor, Print I, Thick Inverted Frame] (Average, tiny tear) solo use on ca.1875-76 to the U.S., addressed to a ship fireman (boiler tender) at the Sailors Home in New York. Nice "KBHVN:NØRREBRO lapidar-style cancellations (Skilling page 147; DKK 100, fairly scarce for a København postmark). Skilling indicates recorded postmark use of 11 February 1876 through 12 November 1879. There is no year-dated postmark, but there is a 1876 docketing., which may or may not be contemporaneous. The postmark is 7 December, thus if this is 1875 (which it could be), it extends the use period. AFA 2010 value for the most common inverted frame printing on cover is DKK 1600 = $290 [1/2010] for the most common use, which would be to Germany. Use to the U.S. is much scarcer. Very interesting cover at a very low price.
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95.00

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26, 31b pair, 33b pair [Perf 14 Bicolors: 4 øre, pair of 20 øre inverted frames (one seriously damaged), and a very nice pair of 50 øre inverted thick frames] on 1880 privately printed parcel card for two packages from København to Vienna, Austria. This card has seen better days, however, when was the last time you saw an early Danish parcel card to Austria in good condition? With a very nice strike of the Slesvig boxed marking "Aus (uber) Danemark / via Hamburg 2 / Porto von Woyens"; postmark undervalued by DAKA at DKK 1200 in 1999. An inexpensive example of a very scarce usage.
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250.00

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29c, 34b strip of four [12 and 100 øre Perf 14 Bicolors, all Inverted Frames] on 1895 Adressebrev (parcel letter; envelope accompanying a parcel post package) from RINGKJØBING to København; with a stated value of 85,000 kroner (a princely sum at the time!) and with 18.47 kr cash due on delivery. A nice boxed "Talt" handstamp indicates that the postal clerk counted/verified the contents before sealing the package. Unfortunately, several stamps are missing from the reverse, believed to be 10x 100 øre stamps. Assuming that is the case, the rate works out correctly as follows, adding up to 1412 øre franking: 2-5 pound parcel 24 øre; COD fee 12 øre; insurance for 0-200 kr 16 øre, 200-1000 kr 16 øre, and 1000 to 85000 kr 1344 øre. A wonderful and attractive postal history item despite the missing stamps; at a very low price (the 100 øre stamps are listed in the 2007 AFA catalog at DKK 750 = US$130 EACH).
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395.00

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